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It is getting to be late summer here in Montana – and probably lots of other places too.  Hollyhocks are always a good sign that August is well on its way to being over. 127 more words


Pilgrimage 2014: final equipment check

Coleman waterproof matches, Kopplin’s compass whistle and thermometer, vapur collapsible water bottle, 4 in 1 keychain screwdriver tool with led non working flashlight, three working flashlights, julbo glacier glasses, one size fits all rain poncho durable hooded, reusable. 162 more words

Camp Muir

Pilgrimage 2014: Complicated Simplicity

Day 2 finds me sitting in the 18 x 36 ft ice cream parlor, gourmet coffee bar, breakfast cafe, Whitaker bunkhouse lobby and museum dedicated to all things climbing. 795 more words

Camp Muir

Backcountry Trip: Under the Rim Trail in Bryce Canyon, Utah

By the Numbers:
0 feet lowest elevation
9,115 feet highest elevation
22.1 Miles
14 degrees Farenheit
2 days

Trip Rating 7/10

The start of the trail was half covered in snow, dirt peeking out amongst the white, like speckles on an earthen eggshell.   450 more words


The Storm

’cause you’re the storm that I’ve been needing
and all this peace has been deceiving
I need some wind to get me sailing
so it’s the storm that I believe in… 50 more words

My Likes

Reader's Choice: Duck, Duck, Swirl

“God thundereth marvellously with his voice; great things doeth he, which we cannot comprehend.

For he saith to the snow, Be thou on the earth; likewise to the small rain, and to the great rain of his strength.” 56 more words


New York City 2011: Day 3: New York

From the 27th til the 31st of October 2011, I went on a NYC-trip with my parents for my 21st birthday. OK, so we went when I had already turned 22, but it’s the thought that counts. 537 more words